Spend a week with the NetBeans team at the 2009 CommunityOne and JavaOne conferences! Learn about the latest enhancements to NetBeans and the integration with Project Kenai, see previews of the upcoming 6.7 release and discover how to get the most of the IDE's multilingual support. And as always, attend for a chance to mingle with other developers and grow your network. Register today!
MySQL Connector/C++ is the latest Connector for MySQL, and it differs from other connectors in following the well-designed JDBC specification with adaptations for the C++ world. Tune in to this webinar to learn about the connector from its creators, Andrey Hristov and Ulf Wendel, and how using it can ease your development of C++ database applications.
Author Heiko Boeck's translated NetBeans Platform book is available as an eBook. Get it while it's hot! The hard copy version will be available at the JavaOne conference bookstore, and there will be a book signing as well.
This learning trail shows how to create and consume a web service that delegates to an EJB and sends binary data via SOAP.
A cool screencast that gives you a quick start to the basics of the NetBeans Platform and desktop development for complex Swing applications.
A short tutorial that demonstrates how to use local or remote tool collections to develop C/C++ projects in the NetBeans IDE.
This article highlights some of the applications that the JavaFX community has developed and provides insights from the authors about their experiences using the JavaFX platform.
The final entry from Alex Kotchnev's series on migrating a legacy Rails application to Grails using the NetBeans IDE. After General Project Setup, Migrating the Domain Objects, and Migrating the Controllers, he ends with Migrating the Views.
Adam Bien explores Maven support in the NetBeans 6.7 Beta release and records his observations.
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